At Fallibroome we aim to deliver a varied and exciting curriculum that recognises the diversity of the English Language and the rich cultural history of the cannon of English literature.

Throughout Key Stage 3, we build upon the core areas of reading skills, varied writing skills, speaking and listening. Each class works through several assessed pieces; all designed to build and develop a variety of writing and reading skills.

At Key Stage 4, pupils follow the AQA A syllabus, taking the English Language and English Literature examinations. We use the AQA Anthology to explore a rich variety of short stories and poetry.

At Key Stage 5, the English Language course students are introduced to the study of language and are taught a linguistic framework with which to analyse texts. Students also explore the social contexts of language, including language and power, language and gender and language and technology. While the English Literature course is built on a central organising principle: that the exploration of reading processes can be an interesting and enriching way to approach literary texts.

Independent Technical Work

Key Stage 3 Recommended Reading Books

English Blogs

Key Stage 3 Blog


Key Stage 3

KS3 Spellings

KS3 English Task Race

Miss Burden
7C Tor Jackson
8X1 Lexie Barwell
8Y3 Wezley Jennings
9Y2 Samuel Pilkington
Mrs Case
8Y4 Serena Panton
9X1 Ellie Gough
9Y4 Orla Cheetham
Mrs Chandler
7I Noah Wakefield
Mrs Dore
7P Alexander Starkey-Bridge
9X4 Caitlin Beresford
Mrs Johnson
7F Emily Bracegirdle
8X3 Sophie Williams
Mr Johnson
7S Harry Reens
8X2 Harriet Burke-Jackson
Mrs Robert
7E Daniel Averre
8Y1 Aislinn Barlow
9Y1 Caera Hannah
Mr Smalley
9X3 Nicole Armstrong
Mrs Wightman
7O Kimberly Lite


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